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C$99 for a Certified Online Training Course in the Microsoft Office Suite (US$1,183 Value)
The online e-Careers portal provides 24/7 access to more than 500 hours of online training through 40 individual course modules in Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, Outlook, Excel, Access, and Lotus Notes. Microsoft Windows is covered in various forms, including XP, Vista, and Windows 7. Beginners and advanced students hone workplace skills, take part in assessments, and can request proof of completion certificates to prove technological prowess. Courses are customizable and include professional guidance 24 hours a day, Monday through Friday.
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e-Careers helps students flesh out their resumés and advance their careers with continuing education available online, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Established in 2002, the company has refined a specialization in delivering a wide variety of educational and training programs to an equally diverse array of clients and sectors. e-Careers hosts study programs that detail children’s education, web design, and most foreign languages, excluding the language of robot love. To simulate the traditional classroom experience as much as possible, each course comes to life with animated content, video and audio training, and virtual laboratories. Likewise, communicative features such as discussion boards allow participants to collaborate and converse, eliminating the need to send tweets when the teacher’s back is turned. Technical support is available 24 hours a day Monday–Friday by phone, email, and online chat.
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